Thursday, 23rd August, Ross Heritage Centre is holding an
activity session 'Wondrous Weaving.'
The session begins at 10 am and runs until 12:30. The activity
sessions at the Heritage Centre have proved very popular
throughout the holidays, so why not take the kids along
and have a go? All are welcome to take part, however, children
must be accompanied by an adult.
you prefer medieval entertainment, Goodrich Castle are hosting
'A Bowman's Tale' on Thursday and 'The Duelling Master'
on Sunday, 26th and Monday, 27th August. For further details
of these events, please click the link on the 'What's On?'
page of Wyenot.com and contact the castle direct.
Accord were due to entertain at the Hope
& Anchor on Friday, 24th August but unfortunately
had to cancel. However, they have arranged for another covers
outfit 'Discovered' to play instead.
afternoon brings the Peterstow Horticultural Show at Peterstow
Common. There are lots of classes to enter including: fruit,
vegetables, flowers, cakes, crafts and photography. Entries
need to be in by 12:00 Noon and the event is open to the
public from 2 pm. For further details contact Pat Brown
on 01989 770740.
are really looking forward to Saturday evening at the Prince
of Wales this week as The Zebras will be providing some
excellent entertainment and I expect that Alan will be leaving
the car at home!
you want your evening to last a little longer, Jacqueline's
Night Club stays open until 3 am as it does on all Saturdays
preceding a Bank Holiday and every last Saturday of the
Conservative Club are holding a Bucks Fizz and Brunch on
Sunday, 26th August from 11:30 am. Tickets cost £7.50
and organist Ray Thomas will be providing the entertainment.
If you would like a ticket then please contact Beryl or
Nicky on 01989 562444
afternoon sees the last in this year's series of Bands in
the Park. The music begins at 2 pm and will be performed
by the A. W. Parker (Drybrook) Band. Ross Town Council provided
this entertainment free of charge for the people of Ross
and its visitors and those who attended enjoyed the experience.
Maybe they will return next year.
forget on Bank Holiday Monday that the Border Counties Road
Run is taking place, beginning at the Yew Tree Inn, Peterstow.
end of August sees the beginning of the Broome
Farm Cider Festival, which begins with a Grande Ceilidh
on Friday, 31st August and runs until Sunday 2nd September.
There will be a chance to meet cider makers from various
places, a farmers market, fantastic food and some great
live music will be performed throughout the weekend.
further details of these and future events, please visit
On?' page of Wyenot.com.